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The stars of The Attitude Era didn’t care for making friends. They wanted to be on top. Granted, every Superstar in the locker room today wants to be the WWE World Heavyweight Champion at the end of WrestleMania. But in the late ’90s, Superstars and Divas like Triple H and Lita had a killer instinct. You had to bring your absolute best every Monday, or you wouldn’t be on the show the following week.

Seth Rollins knows that pressure well. He made an immediate name for himself as a main-event player with The Shield. He’s jumped from the TitanTron, crashed through tables and betrayed close friends to climb the WWE ladder.

He sees 15-time World Champion John Cena get recognized as the face of WWE and the last guy to grab the “brass ring” — aka becoming the top star in sports-entertainment — and he isn’t in awe. Chances are he’d have the same disdain for The Rock, Mankind or any other Superstar that stood in the way of him getting to the top. — JEFF LABOON

#7 Team Hell No & Ryback vs. The Shield – WWE TLC 2012

No one knew what to expect from The Shield at WWE TLC 2012. Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns had never officially competed in a WWE ring before their Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match against Team Hell No & Ryback. However, in the first-ever Six Man Tag Team TLC Match, The Shield made it clear that they were not rookie pushovers. The Hounds of Justice showed their smarts, isolating Ryback and putting him through a table with their signature Triple Powerbomb.

The WWE Tag Team Champions and The Human Wrecking Ball put up a valiant effort in the brutal contest. Kane chokeslammed Ambrose through a steel chair, Ryback yanked Rollins off a ladder and sent him crashing through a stack of tables, while Daniel Bryan put up a heroic effort in fighting off Reigns and Ambrose. In the end, however, the unparalleled teamwork of The Shield prevailed. Reigns speared Kane through the guardrail at ringside, then powerbombed Bryan through a table to give The Hounds of Justice their first win in impressive fashion.


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Not going with anybody but the best, the man responsible for shattering The Shield picked a quartet of WWE Hall of Famers to create his Survivor Series dream team.

“I’d start by picking Andre the Giant,” Seth Rollins said wisely. “Andre’s my No. 1. I need a bodyguard. I need to make sure someone’s got my back, and who better to have than the Giant himself?”

Next, Rollins went with the competitor he named as his all-time favorite, Shawn Michaels.

“He’s very resilient, he can withstand a lot,” Rollins told us.

For his last choices, he selected what was, perhaps, the most formidable duo in sports-entertainment history.

“I would pick a tag team: The Legion of Doom, Hawk and Animal,” he said. “Andre and The Road Warriors would be my offensive linemen, and Shawn and I would do all the cleanup. That’s a team that’s going to dominate, that’s going to win.”


Seth Rollins opens up about the importance of CrossFit in turning him from WWE hopeful to one of the best Superstars in sports-entertainment today in the January 2015 issue of “The Box Magazine,” available Tuesday, Nov. 18.

In the cover story, Rollins talks about working out on the road, luring other Superstars to join him at “boxes” — gyms specifically designed for CrossFit — and even how his CrossFit regime proves especially useful during a Royal Rumble Match.

The latest issue also offers a look at what supplements and gear Rollins needs to bring on the road to fit his W.O.Ds, or “workouts of the day.” Rollins has CrossFit-trained for four years and plans on entering his third CrossFit Open in 2015, according to the feature.

Available on newsstands and for download on iPad, Nook and Kindle devices and the Zinio digital newsstand, “The Box” features grueling CrossFit workouts and nutrition information in every issue. For more information about “The Box,” visit theboxmag.com and follow @TheBox_Magazine on Twitter.

#92 – Team Hell No and Randy Orton vs The Shield


The Shield debuted at Survivor Series 2012 and carved a path of destruction that appeared to have no end in sight. In this Friday night clash, however, the trio would finally be stopped. In the midst of complete disorder with bodies flying everywhere, Kane hurled Seth Rollins off the top rope and into the waiting RKO of The Viper. While the WWE Universe was still catching its breath, Daniel Bryan snapped in the “No!” Lock and made his black-clad adversary tap out. The victory put to rest the idea that Bryan was a “weak link” and proved The Shield could be beaten. — MITCH PASSERO

#46 – Team Hell No and Ryback vs The Shield: TLC 2012


Has there ever been a better coming-out party in WWE history than that of The Shield? Not only did Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns formally debut by going after the biggest, baddest dog in the yard (that’d be Ryback), but their first match was against that same guy,andthe most dominant Tag Team Champions since D-Generation X, in a Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match in WWE’s Brooklyn debut.If you want glorious, Attitude-Era chaos in the PG Era, check out this match, which featured some inspired steel chair work and a wince-inducing tumble through three tables by Seth Rollins en route to a Shield victory from which The Hounds of Justice never looked back. — ANTHONY BENIGNO

#38 – The Shield vs Wyatt Family: Elimination Chamber 2014


Believe in The Shield or follow the buzzards? That was the question on the minds of many in the WWE Universe throughout the winter of 2014. In the weeks leading up to the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view, The Wyatt Family cost the members of The Shield an opportunity to compete inside the sinister structure for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. But as Bray emphatically told the Hounds of Justice, “I welcome this war!” The buzzards eliminated Dean Ambrose and put Seth Rollins through an announce table before Bray pinned Roman Reigns for the victory and solidified The Wyatts as a dark, commanding presence within WWE. — GREG ADKINS

Seth Rollins vs Ghostface (Scream)


Ghostface: You can run, but he’ll catch you. The masked killer from the “Scream” series loves to taunt his prey, calling them for a creepy Q&A before giving chase. His love of movie clichés fools his targets into thinking he’s just a friend playing a prank, but the joke’s on them.Seth Rollins gets stitches after.

Seth Rollins: Anyone who readily stomps a former friend through cinder blocks is too ruthless to mess with. Seth Rollins does what’s best for business and betrays anyone in his way, whether it’s Dean Ambrose or Brock Lesnar. He’ll flash you a smile, while hiding a knife behind his back. — JEFF LABOON

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